Counseling Office


Kylie Tripp (A-F)

Roxanne Faber (G-O)

Mandy Schroeder (P-Z)



Kim Humphrey

What We Do

In the Counseling Office we focus on three main areas to support your child.

1.  Social/Emotional Needs

2.  Academic Planning

3. College/Career Planning 

More details regarding each area can be found in the links on the right side of this page.


Academic Planning Guides

These planning guides provide information on graduation requirements, credits per academic department, course descriptions, extra curricular opportunities, and more.

Academic Planning Guide Upperclassmen 2020-2021

Academic Planning Guide Freshman 2020-2021

Dual Enrollment 

(taking college classes for high school and college credit):   Dual Enrollment is an option for students who are on track to graduate on time and are interested in taking college classes while in high school. Please follow the link below if you are intersted in applying.

  • External LinkDual Enrollment Step by Step Guide on MCC web site
    Dual Enrollment guide and application information. A step by step guide for students considering taking MCC classes while at GHS.  
  • External LinkMCC Course Search
    Students interested in Dual Enrollment should look at MCC offerings for classes that interest them. Make sure the first box says Fall 2019 to get correct information. Pay attention to time and location, as students have to provide their own transportation to college classes.

Seniors only!

The 2020 Local Scholarship application window will open on February 13th and will be due March 2nd. Donor groups will review the applications, and seniors will get the big news on Scholarship Day! 

Scholarship Book 2020

Local Scholarship Application PDF

Local Scholarship Application Word

Scholarship Application Tips

Thanks to all the Local Scholarship donors!


*Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA): 

Seniors can begin their FAFSA on October 1st. If you apply after March 1st, you miss out on possible aid from the State of Michigan but do still apply. You will have until June 30th to complete it.

You must file a FAFSA in order to receive any scholarships, grants, or take out loans.

External LinkFAFSA


Student Request for Recommendation Form:

Please fill out the form below when requesting a letter of recommendation from staff at GHS.

Greenville High School Request for Recommendation


Counseling Office

High School

111 N. Hillcrest
Greenville, MI 48838
Phone: 616.754.3681
Fax: 616.754.1994


Roxanne Faber
Mandy Schroeder
Kylie Tripp

Additional Resources:

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